Resources for mental wellbeing during coronavirus

However you're handling things, we're here for you. 

Portrait photos of eight different people with sight loss

During this challenging time, it's vital that we look after our mental health. Whether you’re struggling with feelings of isolation and need to speak to someone, or if you just want some tips on how to stay active and maintain your mental health, we can support you. 

Anxiety during coronavirus

We’ve seen a significant rise in the number of calls we've been receiving about mental health. We know that coronavirus has brought significant emotional strain and anxiety to many of our lives and that it has caused specific challenges for people with sight loss. We are working hard to remove barriers wherever we can, but most importantly, we are making sure that we are here for everyone affected by sight loss during this time.

If you're unsure about where to start with seeking help, please call our Sight Loss Advice Service on 0303 123 9999.

Our tips for maintaining your mental health

If you're simply looking for some advice on maintaining your mental health during this time, read our list of top tips or watch our film. They include starting a hobby, keeping active,  creating routines, staying connected and asking for help.